Point S North America Hires Network Operations Manager

Boston (MA) – Point S North America announced today that Gary Sass has joined the organization as Network Operations Manager. In this new position, Sass will be responsible for driving the continued synergy between Canadian and U.S. operations and marketing, while working to grow the company’s network, partnerships and Point S brand in North America.

Point S, which currently boasts the highest growth rate in the independent tire sales and service sector, has expanded to well over 340 locations in North America in less than two years.

Sass looks forward to building on the company’s success. Noting that he literally grew up in the business — working in his father’s tire shop — Sass commented, “I’m pleased to accept this opportunity to help the independent dealers of Point S grow and thrive. I feel fortunate to be joining such a respected company.”

Sass’ wealth of experience and industry knowledge have already made him a key addition to the Point S organization. Fabien Bouquet, CEO of Point S North America, said, “Our brand is very well known in Europe, and we have a huge opportunity to grow in North America. I know Gary will be an integral part of that growth, and we are delighted to have him on the Point S team.”

About Point S North America

Based in Boston, Massachusetts, Point S North America is a partnership between Point S USA (Tire Factory, Inc.), Point S Canada (Les Pneus Unimax) and Point S Development. From its beginnings as a small group of independent tire dealers, the Point S philosophy has been a commitment to quality products and exceptional service. More information on the company’s history, services, leadership and achievements can be found at http://www.points-development.com/.

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